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Minnesota, digna sede del Juego de Estrellas

MINNEAPOLIS – En los próximos días el área de Minneapolis-St. Paul—las “Ciudades Gemelas” del estado de Minnesota—se convertirá en el centro del universo del béisbol. 993 more words

Bruno, Morris & Molitor Talk '85 All-Star Game

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The last time the All-Star Game was held in Minnesota in 1985, it featured just one Twins player.

But it also had three St. 378 more words

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Yankees' bats turn cold again

After seemingly breaking out of their offensive malaise with 13 runs total in their victories against the Twins Thursday night and Friday, the Yankees returned to meager production Saturday and went into extra innings. 631 more words

An Interview with Former Major Leaguer, Billy Sample

Hey baseball fans!

I have another interesting interview for you today. This time, I interviewed former MLB’er Billy Sample. Billy played in the majors from 1978-1986, mainly for the Rangers, but also spent time on the Yankees and Braves. 1,265 more words

Baseball Card Thursday: 1981 Fleer Paul Molitor

I am a huge collector of baseball cards.  Thousands upon thousands upon thousands of them. Random Thursdays will mean random baseball cards I own and love. 267 more words

Baseball Card Thursday

Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday ...Paul Molitor..the ignitor

Molitor began as a shortstop, then moved to second base when Robin Yount returned from a brief retirement. He made his MLB debut in 1978, playing in 125 games and hitting .273 with 6 home runs, 45 RBI and 30 stolen bases.[5] In 1981, he spent time at center field and right field to avoid the injuries associated with infield play.[6] Molitor was moved to third base before the 1982 season. 587 more words

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Bud Selig talks MLB draft's growth, pace of game, favorite draft day memory

Thursday marked the beginning for dozens of potential playing careers, but it was also the final stop for one man in particular: Commissioner Bud Selig, who presided over the MLB Draft for the last time before his upcoming retirement. 1,203 more words

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